From School Library Journal
Gr 7 Up—After Skyler agrees to leave the Earth to help Win destroy the weapon that is obliterating the fabric of Earth's time, she starts feeling homesick. Everything's new to her, from taking a shower to exercising to pretending that she's a mind-numbed human "pet." Skyler starts to lose hope when she begins to question her ability to help with their final goal. With a traitor in their midst, will she and the team be able to save Earth? Whitney Dykhouse's narrative style is unique, and her realistic voices for Sky and the other characters are distinct and full of life. The plot is engaging and well developed and pulls listeners in. VERDICT Teens who enjoy alien invasion stories will gravitate to this one. ["Best suited for libraries with devoted sci-fi fans": SLJ 1/15 review of the Amazon Skyscape review.]—Jessica Moody, Olympus Jr. High, Holladay, UT
About the Author
Like many authors, Megan Crewe finds writing about herself much more difficult than making things up. A few definite facts: she lives with her husband, son, and three cats in Toronto, Canada (and does on occasion say “eh”); she tutors children and teens with special needs; and she can’t look at the night sky without speculating about who else might be out there. Along with the Earth & Sky trilogy, she is the author of the paranormal novel Give Up the Ghost and the postapocalyptic Fallen World trilogy. She can be found online at www.megancrewe.com.